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Co-Designing Outdoor Learning Environments: A Toolkit for Primary School Children

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Publication date6/10/2022
<mark>Original language</mark>English
Event10th Child in the City World Conference - Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland
Duration: 5/10/20227/10/2022
Conference number: 10th


Conference10th Child in the City World Conference
Abbreviated titleChild in the City
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In this paper Dr Ana Costa will present the results of three workshops delivered at a primary school in Lancaster (UK) with children between 6-11 years old). These workshops are part of a toolkit to Co-Design Outdoor Learning Environments for a more sustainable living. These activities will cover the current KS0/KS1/KS2 curriculum for Design Technology and Geography and help us to raise the importance of Outdoor Learning Environments for a more sustainable living among young people and highlight the value of architecture in shaping these. The workshops presented will be improved and will integrate a toolkit to be shared widely across primary schools.